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Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits
Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits
Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits

    Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits

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    $43.90
    Tax included.

    To be used in conjunction with Kingspan AIR-CELL™ insulation to assist in maintaining adequate reflective air spaces in wall applications.

    Description

    Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits™ are made of expanded black polyethylene material and are used to achieve and maintain adequate reflective air spaces between reflective insulation and the adjacent material.

    The biscuits are slit to allow easy placement over wall ties and provide strong holding power with no long-term deterioration. Kingspan AIR-CELL Spacer Biscuits™ can be re-positioned thus allowing alignment with substrate.

    To be used in conjunction with Kingspan AIR-CELL™ insulation to assist in maintaining adequate reflective air spaces in wall applications.

    • Maintain adequate reflective air spaces in wall applications
    • Adhesive backed for ease of use on foil face
    • Fire retardant

     

    Product Size: 60 x 60 mm

    Product Thickness: 20 mm

    Qty: 50 per pack

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    Common types include fiberglass batts, rigid board, and reflective insulation. The best choice depends on your climate zone and specific needs.

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    The R-value indicates the insulation's ability to resist heat flow. Higher R-values mean better insulation performance. It's crucial for energy efficiency and comfort.

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    Yes, insulation helps maintain a consistent indoor temperature by preventing heat from entering in the summer and retaining heat during the winter, thereby keeping your home cooler in hot weather.

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    Signs include fluctuating indoor temperatures, high energy bills, and drafts. An energy audit can also help assess your insulation levels.

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